Want to study at the University of Cambridge and need funding? If so, then you have a great chance to apply for the Cambridge bursary in the academic year 2019-20.
This programme is open for UK and EU students who want to pursue an undergraduate degree. The grant will cover the amount up to £3,500 per year for the scholars.
The aim of the university is to contribute to society through the pursuit of education, learning, and research at the highest international levels of excellence.
To be eligible for a bursary a student must:
- Be a Home or EU student doing a Cambridge full-time undergraduate course as their first degree.
- NB this includes some students who have qualified for the BA degree but who are still classed as undergraduates. The principal categories are:
- Clinical medical and veterinary students doing the 4th, 5th and 6th year of their course
- Any student doing a course at the undergraduate level in Medicine, Veterinary Science or Architecture
- Is eligible even if this is not their first degree. This includes affiliated students in these subjects.
- Students on the Cambridge Graduate Course in Medicine (at one of three colleges: Hughes Hall, Lucy Cavendish College or Wolfson College) are also eligible for a bursary.
- These students will be assessed by the Student Loans Company in the same way as other students and must therefore, apply to be applying to be means tested by SLC.
How to Apply
Before applying for this award, candidates take admission in an undergraduate degree at the university. After that, they will need to register for this grant. There is no separate application for the Cambridge Bursary.
The deadline for this award is open. So apply as soon as possible and good luck with your career.